Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 days ago

Finding a job after expatriating to Ghana

The very first thing about Ghana that all expatriates should know is that you are going to need a good amount of money to live in this country comfortably. Housing is a pretty sizable expense, as are imports and entertainment. As such, most expatria...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 days ago

Lake: Message from the Morning Man

Today’s message is one of my favourites from the upcoming book, Inspiration from the Morning Man. It’s called Lake. Uncle Ebo Whyte often talks about the lessons he learnt from his mother. The other day, he shared an expression she often used to des...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 days ago

Effah-Dartey writes: The Chief Justice?

Reader, let me say it bluntly, without mincing words: I have a big problem with the office of the Chief Justice as set out in our Constitution. Why do I say so? The most powerful person in Ghana is the President but in actual fact he is not because...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 days ago

Ghana’s healthcare growth calls for more nurses

Healthcare is quickly becoming the fastest growing industry in Ghana. There are a lot of initiatives and investments that help push not only the scale of the healthcare industry but also the quality of healthcare services going forward. The Health M...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 days ago

The Sicho Standard: Message from the Morning Man

So the new book is due out in just a few weeks, and we’re really excited. It’s filled with great life-affirming gems like today’s Message of Motivation. It’s a tale from my Augusco days, and I call it “The Sicho Standard. You might not believe it lo...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 days ago

Rawlings, still ‘booming’ and at 70 what next?

Like a river which starts in its youthful stage, flowing slowly from its source then at its middle stage is full of force and works ferociously towards its old age before ebbing slowly into the sea, what are you going to do at age 70 and thereafter?...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Rev Gyakari Writes: Think right, speak right

In my latter days at the university of Ghana, I remember watching a documentary titled "the secret" which touched on how the mind could be used to attract anything one desires in his life. I was engrossed in the theory taught by the video until Chri...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

True Story: OUR PRAISE; HIS GRACE

OUR PRAISE; HIS GRACE A true story to encourage and motivate you to keep pressing on for victory You don't know our story. Don't envy us. Just pray for us. You may not be aware of our dark nights. That Friday evening on 8th January 2016, when I was...